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To legally exist, English colonies needed charters from the monarchy. Answer these questions about colonies and charters. [...] »

Christopher Columbus—a legend without a face? Answer these questions about depictions of Columbus. [...] »

Can you answer these questions about the "exploration race" that brought Europeans to North and South America? [...] »

splash image explorations and innovations quiz

Crossing vast oceans required specialized tools and knowledge. Discover more about navigation and exploration. [...] »

Splash image early americans

What did people living in what is now known as North America leave behind? Answer these questions about archaeological finds. [...] »

Print, Parade in honor of the adoption of the Federal Constitution, 1788, NYPLDG

Securing the blessings of liberty for ourselves and for posterity—answer these questions on the U.S. Constitution. [...] »

Photo, Greenbank Consolidated School. Loading up the buses for a six-mile haul.

Binders, buses, and backpacks—consider the history of these back-to-school basics. [...] »

Painting, The Veterans, 1886, Richard Creifelds, Brooklyn Museum

Board games preserve the past in squares, paper money, and toy tokens. Answer these questions about the history of play. [...] »

When does the past go from 'recent' to 'history?' Consider these questions about textbook portrayals of late 20th-century events. [...] »

Up to the 20th century, whalers provided oil for the industrial revolution. How much do you know about these iron men and wooden ships? [...] »

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